Studies show that many girls and young women in the United States experience bias and discouragement in our country’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education system, leading to a shortage of talent in these areas. As an innovative materials and life-science company, Bayer is determined to address the issue of female under-representation in the sciences by forging business-education partnerships to develop the scientists and researchers the U.S. needs to compete internationally and grow our economy.

We demonstrate our commitment to improving STEM education through our company-wide Making Science Make Sense® program. This Presidential award-winning initiative advances science literacy across the U.S. through the support of hands-on, inquiry-based science learning and public-education campaigns. Bayer employees adopt classrooms, mentor students and are part of a national movement to reform science curriculums in schools. It’s about building a scientifically-literate citizenry... inspiring the next generation of innovators and empowering young women to discover the joy of science for themselves.

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